Auslanddeutsche Städte und ihre Wappen

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Auslanddeutsche Städte und ihre Wappen


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Album information :

  • Issued by : Volksbund für das Deutschtum im Ausland, Wirtschaftsunternehmen GmbH, Berlin, Germany
  • Date of issue : 1938
  • Number of stamps/cards : 230
  • Image variants : none

Background

This book was published in 1938 and was written by Dr. W. Spohr with 230 coloured images of arms by M. Seeler. The book shows the arms and some description of the towns listed. The main text deals with the history and present (in 1938) of some areas that previously belonged to Germany. The arms were issued as stamps, which could be glued in the appropriate places and pages.

The book is part I, but part II was never issued. Although the book looks like a collector's album, with loose stamps, it is not known where or how these stamps were to be collected.

The book is written in German, with Gothic letters and may be hard to read for people unfamiliar with this alphabet.The book is quite rare and only a few copies exist in German libraries.

Contents

The album as downloadable pdf (Disclaimer : some parts of the text can be politically offensive)

Elsass-Lothringen (now France)

Strassburg, Altkirch, Ammerschweier, Andlau, Barr, Benfeld, Bergheim, Bischweiler, Boersch, Brumath, Buchsweiler, Colmar, Dambach, Egisheim, Ensisheim, Erstein, Gebweiler, Hagenau, Hüningen, Ingweiler, Kaysersberg, Lauterburg, Markirch, Markolsheim, Masmünster, Maursmünster, Molsheim, Mülhausen, Münster, Mutzig, Neubreisach, Neuweiler, Niederbronn, Oberehnheim, Pfirt, Rappoltsweiler, Reichenweier, Reichshofen, Rosheim, Rusach, Sankt Amarin, Sankt Kreuz in Lebertal, Sankt Pilt, Saar-Buckenheim, Schirmeck, Schlettstadt, Selz, Sennheim, Sulz, Thann, Türkheim, Wasselnheim, Weissenburg, Westhofen, Wörth, Zabern, Metz, Diedenhofen, Forbach, Pfalzburg, Saargemünd

Eupen-Malmedy (now Belgium)

Eupen, Malmedy, Sankt Vith

Nordschleswig (now Denmark)

Tondern, Apenrade, Hadersleben, Tonderburg, Lügunkloster

Danzig (now Poland)

Danzig, Oliva, Zoppot, Neuteich, Tiegenhof

Memelland (now Lithuania)

Memel

Posen-Westpreussen (now Poland)

Adelnau, Argenau, Baranow, Bartschin, Bentschen, Berent in Westpreussen, Birnbaum, Bnin, Bojanowo, Borek, Briesen in Westpreussen, Bromberg, Budsin, Buk, Czarnikau, Czempin, Dirschau, Dobrzyca, Dolzig, Erin, Filehne, Fordon, Gembitz, Gnesen, Gollantsch, Gollub, Görchen, Gonsawa, Gorzno, Gostyn, Grabow, Grätz in Posen, Graudenz, Hohensalza, Janowitz, Jaratschewo, Jarotschin, Jutroschin, Kamin, Kempen, Kletzko, Kobylin, Kolmar, Konitz, Kopnitz, Koschmin, Kosten, Kostschin, Kriewen, Kröben, Krone an der Brahe, Krotoschin, Kruschwitz, Kulm, Kulmsee, Kurnik, Labischin, Lautenburg, Lessen, Lissa, Lobsens, Löbau, Margonin, Mewe, Mieschkow, Miloslaw, Mixstadt, Mogilno, Mrotschen, Murowana-Goslin, Nakel, Neuenburg, Neumark, Neustadt in Westpreussen, Neustadt an der Warthe, Neustadt bei Pinne, Neutomischel, Obersitzko, Obornik, Opalenitza, Ostrowo, Pinne, Pleschen, Pogorzela, Posen, Powidz, Pudewitz, Punitz, Putzig, Rakwitz, Raschkow, Rawitsch, Rehden, Reichthal, Reisen, Ritschenwalde, Rogasen, Rogowo, samotschin, Samter, Sandberg, Santomischel, Sarne, Scharfenort, Schmiegel, Schokken, Schöneck in Westpreussen, Schönsee, Schrimm, Schroda, Schubin, Schulitz, Schwarzenau, Schwersenz, Schwetz, Schwetzkau, Soldau, Preuss. Stargard, Stenschewo, Storchnest, Strasburg, Strelno, Sulmierschütz, Thorn, Tremessen, Tuchel, Ush, Vandsburg, Wielichowo, Wirsitz, Wissek, Witzkowo, Wollstein, Wongrowitz, Wreschen, Wronke, Xions, Zduny, Zempelburg, Zerkow, Zirke, Znin

Ostoberschlesien (now Poland)

Altberun, Georgenberg, Kattowitz, Königshütte, Loslau, Lublinitz, Myslowitz, Pless, Rybnik, Sohrau, Tarnowitz, Woischnik, Kultschin


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